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4 track from Xenophobe era... best song we ever did when it came out... Deadman on vocals... nice tune.... This was the first song of a new style called "New Wage".
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Keywords: alternative; electronic; experimental; cassette; new wage
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Styrofoam Cueball -
Subject: Lovely Lovely 4-tracks...
This sounds very modern considering it probably isn't. I love the beat breakdowns, in fact the whole rhythm track (sample?) is supercool. If you had soaked the vocals in echo it could've been U2's entry in this year's "Ibiza Festival de Techni" or something... less EL & P then it is Petey Gabriel... YMMV.
theatric drivevil...what the hay? i already have Emerson, Lake & Palmer. Yeah, ok, itzgreat! Now push the baby $ell out more zappa!
One of my favorites...would love to hear a remake of it, but lets work on some new stuff first, ok?
Telephone Toughguy -
Subject: Vintage New Wage
This was the working man's techno-fusion at the time. You should do a remake of this one with new school sounds and digital recording... This is one of the best songs you guys have ever done...